This week Dr. Brad Smith joins us to talk about OCD and eating disorders, specifically anorexia nervosa. Eating disorders often co-occur with other illnesses, and Dr. Smith talks about the intersect of OCD and eating disorders, as well as how debilitating these illnesses can be.
Our guest this week is Dr. Linda Schack, and the topic today is disordered digestion and recovery. Dr. Schack provides some medical insight into how eating disorders affect digestion, some of the real consequences of eating disorders, and why she orders specific lab work for all of her patients.
Dr. Melinda Parisi joins us to discuss clinical issues in the treatment in men and boys with anorexia. Unfortunately there are still some people who think eating disorders only affect women – Dr. Parisi explains how eating disorders can affect all populations, and takes a deep dive into the issues clinicians can face in treating men and boys with anorexia nervosa.
This week we’re joined by June Alexander, in what we are calling a conversation with June. If you don’t know June, be prepared to hear a story of recovery from someone who battled an eating disorder for decades in Australia, as well as the role writing has played in June’s recovery.
Doug Bunnell, chief clinical officer of Monte Nido and Affiliates, takes some time to discuss what he calls clinical wisdom – a vital component for any clinician treating eating disorders.
Jenna Tregarthen is our guest today. Jenna is the CEO and co-founder of Recovery Record, and today we talk about technology and eating disorders.
In this episode, we talk to Jenni Schaefer, who discusses trauma, ptsd, eating disorders, and recovery.
Today, we’re joined by Dr. Margo Maine, where we discuss how eating disorders effect people of all ages, and specifically talk about eating disorders at midlife and beyond.
In this episode, Claire Mysko, CEO of the National Eating Disorders Association gives us a rundown on NEDA, and many of the wonderful resources that they offer for people seeking to recover from an eating disorder as well as their loved ones.
Judith Matz, MSW, LCSW, took some time with us to discuss Binge Eating Disorder, and focuses on how recovery is not about weight loss. According to statistics, more people suffer from binge eating disorder than any other eating disorder, and this episode sheds some light on recovering from binge eating disorder.
Kristina Saffran was kind enough to share some insights about her own recovery, as well as the important work she is doing with Project HEAL.
In this episode, Ilene Fishman, LCSW, uses her 30 years of experience as a clinician in the field to discuss what people need to do to get well from eating disorders. She specifically talks about getting well and wellness, and tells us how this is different from “recovery”.
In this episode Dr. Carlton and Kathy help parents navigate the world of eating disorders, including describing the roles parents play in recovery.
Dr. Ed Tyson asked his eating disorder patients what they wanted people to know about eating disorders. Dr. Tyson shares incredible insight including that eating disorders are not about vanity.